Tchaikovsky: The Nutcracker

Tchaikovsky: The Nutcracker

by Eugene Ormandy


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Product Details

Release Date: 09/30/2003
Label: Sony
UPC: 0827969301425
catalogNumber: 93014


  1. Nutcracker, ballet, Op. 71

    1. Overture  (03:35)
    2. Act 1. March  (02:16)
    3. Act 1. Journey Through the Snow; Waltz of the Snowflakes  (09:50)
    4. Act 2. Chocolate (Spanish Dance)  (01:16)
    5. Act 2. Coffee (Arabian Dance)  (03:36)
    6. Act 2. Tea (Chinese Dance)  (01:16)
    7. Act 2. Trépak (Russian Dance)  (01:14)
    8. Act 2. Dance of the Mirlitons  (02:33)
    9. Act 2. The Old Woman Who Lived in a Shoe; The Buffoons  (02:45)
    10. Act 2. Waltz of the Flowers  (06:57)
    11. Act 2. Pas de deux  (04:29)
    12. Act 2. Variation I - Variation II (Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy)  (04:10)
    13. Act 2. Final Waltz and Apotheosis  (05:14)
  2. Christmas Eve Suite (Noch' pered rozhdestvom), for orchestra (with optional chorus ad lib): Polonaise

    1. Polonaise  (04:26)
  3. The Snow Maiden (Snegurochka), suite for orchestra: Dance of the Tumblers

    1. Dance of the Tumblers  (03:28)
  4. Mlada, suite for orchestra: Procession of the Nobles

    1. Procession of the Nobles  (04:48)
  5. The Tale of Tsar Saltan (Skazka o Tsare Saltane), musical pictures (suite) for orchestra, Op. 57: Farewell of the Tsar

    1. Farewell of the Tsar  (04:09)

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Tchaikovsky: The Nutcracker 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
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I got this album years and years ago as a teenager (as an LP,) and I played the dickens right out of it--it's that good. It has that velvety sound the Philadelphia was famous for in those years, and it was a large reason why I bought more Philadelpha recordings when I came across them. Another thing I liked about this recording that it has good deal more than the usual "Nutcracker Suite" items--it really does exerpt the ballet itself. I highly recommend it.
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